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Catherina Ferraz

Catherina Ferraz was born in Near Operto, Portugal. She is an actress, known for Man Accused (1959), The Captain's Paradise (1953) and Snowbound (1948). See full bio »
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Filmography

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 1969 Jackanory (TV Series)
Storyteller
- Stories from Portugal: The White Kid (1969) ... Storyteller (as Catharina Ferraz)
- Stories from Portugal: Bride of the Sea (1969) ... Storyteller (as Catharina Ferraz)
- Stories from Portugal: The Ox Prince (1969) ... Storyteller (as Catharina Ferraz)
 1965 Steptoe and Son (TV Series)
- Pilgrim's Progress (1965) ... (as Catharina Ferraz)
 1960 The Boy Who Stole a Million
The Neighbour
 1960 The Four Just Men (TV Series)
Mrs. Romano
- The Bystanders (1960) ... Mrs. Romano (as Catharina Ferraz)
 1959/I Wrong Number
Mrs. Landi
 1959 Tommy the Toreador
The Hotel Proprietress
 1959 Man Accused
Anna
 1958 The New Adventures of Charlie Chan (TV Series)
Italian street hawker
- A Bowl by Cellini (1958) ... Italian street hawker (uncredited)
 1957/II Violent Stranger
Sister Cristina (as Catharina Ferraz)
 1957 The Errol Flynn Theatre (TV Series)
Housekeeper
- Out of the Blue (1957) ... Housekeeper
 1956 Thunderstorm
Mrs. Martinez
 1954 Flame and the Flesh
Dressmaker
 1953 The Captain's Paradise
Shopkeeper
 1951-1952 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Carmen Campos / Bertha
- Claudia (1951) ... Bertha
 1951 To Live in Peace (TV Movie)
Maria
 1948 Snowbound
Emilia, innkeeper
 1936 Tropical Trouble
Moonsheya
 1935 Children of the Fog
Emma
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Her theatre credits include: Attendant on Sara in the play "Tobias and the Angel" by James Bridie , directed by Evan John (Westminster Theatre, London, 1932)

Alternate Names:

Catharina Ferraz

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